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'Oh!...... Miss Bodie' (1972)

A pretty young teacher takes two of her female students on a road trip to observe nature in action. When her car breaks down, Miss Bodie and the two girls stop at a nearby farmhouse for ... See full summary »
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Schoolgirl #1 (uncredited)
Billy Lane ...
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Patti Lee ...
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Nora Wieternik ...
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A pretty young teacher takes two of her female students on a road trip to observe nature in action. When her car breaks down, Miss Bodie and the two girls stop at a nearby farmhouse for help. They wind up getting more help than they were looking for. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Paging Maggie Smith
9 August 2010 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

What starts off like a real film, making fun of Maggie Smith's classic THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE, soon deteriorates into standard, boring porn.

Nora Wieternik in the title role portrays a girls' school science teacher, romping on a field trip with two of her young charges Andrea and Trish at a stream, replete with the slow-motion photography of many a '60s idyll on film. When their car breaks down, they walk back towards school, stopping off at a writer's house.

There is plenty of by-the-numbers sex, and Nora's verbal delivery veers from its initial imitation of Maggie's affected manner to a Germanic accent a la Uschi Digard. Film ends with the usual 5-person grope session, and print used by Something Weird for Vol. 32 of its Dragon Art Theatre series ends abruptly mid-orgy.

Romantic guitar score is okay, but there's little imagination here to distinguish this from a thousand other grinders. Either Andrea or Trish is played by Suzanne Fields, in a throwaway performance from the popular actress. The most distinctive thing is its use of six (count 'em) periods to represent the ellipsis in the title, not the usual three.


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